One of the most FAQ we receive is "When is it time to search for our own office space as a company?" We recommend to companies that if if their team has under 5 people (and they aren't planning on rapidly growing in the next 6-9 months) and aren't ready for the 3 year minimum lease that landlords require, to consider a co-working space. Co-working spaces are the perfect option for when you're not quite in need of your own office, but are over working at home in your pajamas.
This week, we're featuring KitchenSurfing, a service that brings skilled chefs to home kitchens, starting at just $25 per person and their NYC office as our office space of the week.
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This week, we're featuring Nylon Magazine and their NYC office as our office space of the week.
We've discussed the pros and cons of an open office , but many times team members don't have a choice in what type of office in which their company operates. Although open offices have been known to make employees feel like they are part of a more laid-back environment and are definitely trendy in tech startups, they can sometimes be damaging to productivity, especially if you're introverted and need privacy.
An important part of any any lease negotiation is the tenant improvement allowance.
This week, we're choosing the ?WhatIf! offices in NYC by Mapos architects as our office space of the week. The NYC office is 12,000 sqft (find out how much space your office needs) and was done on a budget of $775,000.
This week, we officially announced that we’ve raised $2 million in a seed round of financing led by Primary Ventures, with participation from RRE Ventures, Triangle Peak Partners and a roster of strategic angel investors. Sounds fancy, we know.
As we already know first impressions are incredibly important, and that sentiment absolutely extends to office space. Visitors and clients alike get a sense of an office environment and your company culture the first time they enter a space, and in fact, a bad lobby can be a red flag to look for when touring offices.
As most New Yorkers will tell you, they typically avoid anything involving Midtown dining and pride themselves on their ability to avoid Times Square for years at a time. However if you have Midtown office space it's unavoidable to eat in what can be the culinary graveyard.
Ignite USA is a leading innovator in the beverage container industry and the power-house design
It's become common practice to plug in headphones and listen to music throughout the work day, especially if you're at a desk job working on a computer (and coincidentally, 7 out of 9 members of TheSquareFoot team are plugged in right now.) But, does music have any impact on your productivity positively or negatively? We searched around and the answer is...sort of. Here are the pros and cons of listening to music during your work day.
This week's office space of the week goes to Astor Hellas, a leading wholesale international trading company in the Greek market and their new 4,300sqft office in Thessaloniki (wondering how much office space your team needs? Try our office space calculator.)
Once you've found a few great office spaces, it's time to tour. You might know what criteria your team wants the space to meet, how much space you need, and what neighborhood you want to be in, but what else should you look for (or, totally avoid)?
This week, our office space of the week goes to the Mozilla headquarters in Mountain View, California.
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One thing we love is when large companies go all out and get it really right when it comes to office space, especially since we know the impact of office space on company culture. Here's a roundup of some of our favorite, innovative offices around the world of various sizes and in various locations to help you get inspired and motivated to make your office the perfect space for your team.
We're giving our office space of the week to the Birchbox offices in NYC.
We already know that your work space can greatly affect your mood, help you concentrate at work , and generally make or break your entire work day. If you're like most people, you have the essentials on your desk: computer, notepad, empty(ish) coffee cup... and that's about it. Here are 10 desk items you might not have thought of that will make your work day just a little bit better.
After you’ve gone on a few tours and found an office space you love what’s the next step?
We're giving our office space of the week to the Super Bowl 50 offices in San Francisco.
We're giving our office space of the week to the Lego offices in Istanbul!
The commercial real estate market is solidly on the rise, and we’ll be honest with you -- a hot market is not great for tenants.
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